The sensor in your dishwasher monitors the soil level. Cycle time and/or water usage can vary as the sensor adjusts the cycle for the best wash performance. If the incoming water is less than the recommended temperature of 120° or food soils are heavy, the cycle will automatically compensate by adding time, heat, and water as needed.
This information covers several different models. Your dishwasher may not have all of the cycles and options described.
|CYCLES||AVERAGE WASH TIME (HOURS)||WATER USAGE GALLONS (LITERS)|
|• ProWash||ProWash||Senses soil to automatically optimize cycle. ProWash cycle is selected if START is pressed first.*||2 ¼||3.8 (14.2 L)|
|• Tough||Tough||Use for hard to clean items.||2 ¾||4.6 (17.6 L)|
|• Normal||Normal||This cycle is recommended for daily, regular or typical use to completely wash and dry a full load of normally soiled dishes. This dishwasher's government energy certifications were based on the Normal cycle with only the Heated Dry option selected.**||2 ¼||2.4 (9.1 L)|
|• Express Wash||Express Wash||Use when you need faster results.||1||5.9 (22.4 L)|
|• Rinse Only||Rinse Only||Use for rinsing dishes, glasses, and silverware that will not be washed right away. Do not use detergent.||1/2||2.0 (7.4 L)|
*The government energy certifications are not based on this cycle. See the Normal cycle description for the government energy certification cycle. Using the Sensor cycle may increase your energy usage.
**No other washing and drying temperature options were selected, and it was not subject to truncated testing. Rinse aid was not used, and there was no detergent used in the prewash.
|OPTIONS||CAN BE SELECTED WITH||WHAT IT DOES||ADDED TIME TO CYCLE||ADDED WATER GALLONS (LITERS)|
|• Hi Temp Wash||High Temp Wash||Helps remove tough, baked on food.||Tough, ProWash, Normal||Increases main wash temp up to 135°F (54°C) to 140°F (60°C). Increases final rinse temp to 140°F (60°C).||0 to 0:45||0-1.4
|• Sani Rinse||Sani Rinse||Sanitizes dishes and glassware in accordance with NSF International NSF/ ANSI Standard 184 for Residential Dishwashers. See this section in the Owner's Manual.||Tough, ProWash, Normal||Increases main wash temp up to 140°F (60°C) to 140°F (60°C). Increases final rinse temp to 156°F (69°C).||0:10 to 1:15||0-2.3
|• Heat Dry||Heat Dry
(Some Models) ProDry
|Dries dishes with heat. Load plastic item in upper racks. Dries dishes with heat and a fan. Load plastic item in upper racks.||Tough, ProWash, Normal, Express Wash||Dries dishes with heat or with heat and fan on some models (default on with some cycles).||0:33 to 0:39||NA|
|• Extended Heat Dry||Extended- Heat Dry
(Some Models) ProDry Extended
|Increases the Energy used for drying the dishes. This may lengthen the cycle time..||Tough, ProWash, Normal||Dries dishes with heat or with heat and fan on some models.||0:05 to 0:20||NA|
|START||Press to start or resume a wash cycle.||If the door is opened during a cycle or power is interrupted, Start/Resume indicator light flashes. Cycle will not resume until door is closed and Start/Resume is pressed.
NOTE: Push door firmly closed within 4 seconds of pressing Start/Resume. If door is not closed within 4 seconds, the Start/ Resume button light will flash, an audible tone will be heard, and cycle will not start.
|CANCEL||Press to cancel wash cycle.||Close door firmly. The dishwasher starts a 2 minutes drain (if needed). Let dishwasher drain completely.|
|• Control Lock
Hold for 3 Sec
|CONTROL LOCK||Control Lock avoids unintended use of dishwasher between cycles or cycle and option changes during a cycle.||To turn on Lock, press and hold heated dry for 3 seconds. Control Lock light will stay on, indicating that it is activated and all buttons are disabled. If you press any button while your dishwasher is locked, light flashes 3 times. Dishwasher door can still be opened/closed while controls are locked.
To turn off Lock, press and hold heated dry for 3 seconds. Light turns off.
Cancelling a Cycle
Changing a Cycle After Dishwasher Is Started
You can interrupt a cycle and restart the dishwasher from the beginning using the following procedure.
Adding a Dish After Dishwasher is Started
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